Melville: Open Studios and Exhibitions Art Trail to lift veil on creative spaces


Tony and Tracey Clarke are taking part in the Open Studios and Exhibitions Art Trail.
Tony and Tracey Clarke are taking part in the Open Studios and Exhibitions Art Trail.

ABOUT 25 Melville artists will lift the veil on their creative spaces as part of the City’s inaugural Open Studios and Exhibitions Art Trail.

Melville Mayor Russell Aubrey said the event, which runs over the weekend beginning September 2, would provide an opportunity |for visitors to see local artists at work.

“The City of Melville is home to many artists who work across a diverse range of mediums and our new Exhibitions Art Trail aims to give exposure to our creative assets with more than 400 emerging and established artists’ showcasing their works,” Mr Aubrey said.

“The trail is a wonderful opportunity to meet artists in their studios, buy some original art and be inspired.

“The weekend will be jam-packed with art and activities, including demonstrations and hands-on activities at the Atwell Arts Centre, a Sunday garage art sale on Burke Drive and the Plein Air painting group in action at Mt Henry Bridge, to name a few,”

For more information, including a full program of participating artists and trail map, visit www.melvillecity.com.au/arts or call 9364 0243.

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